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Lawang Valley, Indonesia
Trees pierce through fog and mist in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in the Lawang Valley of East Java, Indonesia. The park also contains several volcanoes, including Mount Bromo and Mount Semeru.
Niagara Falls, Canada
The legendary waters of Niagara Falls tumble between the twin cities of Niagara Falls, New York, and Niagara Falls, Ontario, but it’s the Canadian side that offers superior views and more attractions. Horseshoe Falls, the Canadian cascade, plummets 167 feet.
Golden Garden, Bolivia
Your Shot photographer Max Tims was traveling across the Salar de Uyuni salt flats in Bolivia when he captured this sunrise view. “This photo was taken right as the sun crept up over the salt flats, illuminating this cactus island in the stunning glow of first light,” he says. “This would have been an island surrounded by [a] saltwater inland sea but the sea has evaporated, leaving behind a huge desolate landscape of flat salt and this cactus island.”
Orcas, Northern Norway
Orcas—also known as killer whales—come up for air in choppy waters off northern Norway. Partitioned by mountains and boasting a fjord-gashed shoreline, Norway draws its strength from the sea. If you hammered the country’s 63,000 miles of fjords, bays, and island shores into a single line, it would circle the planet two and a half times.
Oregon Coast Sunset
A hammock makes the viewing easy from an evergreen-crowned headland on the Oregon coast. The state’s 363 miles of shoreline include towering sand dunes, low-lying estuaries, and iconic sea stacks like the ones seen here.
Goat Dance in Skyros, Greece
Young revelers prepare for the annual goat dance on Skyros, the southernmost of Greece’s Sporades Islands. The goat dance is a pre-Lenten tradition descended from pagan festivities; masked revelers—including the bell-clad geros draped in goatskin and wearing a goat mask—roam the town’s streets.
Valle Spluga, Italy
Low clouds blanket Valle Spluga in Sondrio province, Italy. Sondrio is part of Lombardy, which rises from Alpine heights along Italy’s border with Switzerland, then meanders through the lower landscapes of the Italian Lakes.
Bondi Bay, Sydney
Swimmers at Sydney’s Icebergs Club swimming pool get a sunrise view of calm Bondi Bay. The club is on world-famous Bondi Beach, which has become synonymous around the world with Aussie surf culture. It’s also the closest beach to downtown Sydney.
King Penguin Chick, South Georgia
Puffy and fluffy, a young king penguin makes its way up a South Georgia beach. This remote British outpost in the far South Atlantic is a haven for millions of seabirds and seals.
Switzerland’s most iconic landmark rises to a distinctive pyramidal peak above the town of Zermatt. First ascended in 1865, the Matterhorn is a popular destination for climbers, winter sport enthusiasts, and photographers.